What terms do we use to describe and evaluate art? How do we judge if art is good, and if it is for the social good? In his book How Art Can Be Thought (2018), Allan deSouza (Art Practice) investigates such questions and the popular terminology through which art is discussed, valued, and taught. Adapting art viewing to contemporary demands within a rapidly changing world, deSouza outlines how art functions as politicized culture within a global industry. He provides an extensive analytical glossary of terms, while focusing on their current and changing usage.
DeSouza is joined by Anne Walsh (Art Practice).